Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH POLICE PAID TRIBUTE TO THE MARTYRS OF POLICE

October 21, 2018 06:12 PM

OFFICERS AND JAWAN LAID DOWN LIVES DURING DUTY

Andhra Pradesh (06), A&N Islands (01), Assam (02), Bihar (10), Chattisgarh (25), Delhi (13), Gujarat (01), Haryana (02), J&K (46), Jharkhand (07), Karnataka (15), Kerala (06), Madhya Pardesh (08), Maharastra (03), Manipur (03), Meghalaya (01), Orissa (01), Rajasthan (01), Sikkim (01), Tamil Nadu (02), Telangana (02), Tripura (01), Uttar Pradesh (67), Uttrakhand (02), West Bengal (18); Assam Rifles (08), BSF (42), CISF (09), CRPF (27), Civil Defense F.S. & H.C. (20), ITBP (34), NCB (01), NDRF (03), RPF (25), SSB (01).

Chandigarh (Face2News)

A Commemoration Parade was organized at the Ground of Police Station, Sector-17 Chandigarh in the memory of the martyred companions on Sunday morning.

Every year, 21st October is the day of remembrance of the martyred companions who laid down their lives during obligation of their duties. On this occasion, two-minute silence was held to salute the memory of Police Martyrs who sacrificed their lives. Central Police Organizations and State Police celebrate this day in the form of Martyrdom Day.

Sh. Sanjay Baniwal, IPS, Director General of Police, UT, Chandigarh along with other police officers paid homage to their departed colleagues at the Martyrs Memorial Site. Last year from 1st September 2017 to August 2018 total 414 Police Officers and Police Personnel from paramilitary police forces and police organizations have set exemplary example before their colleagues by sacrificing their lives during duty.

This year the number of officers and jawans who laid down their lives during duty is as under:-

Andhra Pradesh (06), A&N Islands (01), Assam (02), Bihar (10), Chattisgarh (25), Delhi (13), Gujarat (01), Haryana (02), J&K (46), Jharkhand (07), Karnataka (15), Kerala (06), Madhya Pardesh (08), Maharastra (03), Manipur (03), Meghalaya (01), Orissa (01), Rajasthan (01), Sikkim (01), Tamil Nadu (02), Telangana (02), Tripura (01), Uttar Pradesh (67), Uttrakhand (02), West Bengal (18); Assam Rifles (08), BSF (42), CISF (09), CRPF (27), Civil Defense F.S. & H.C. (20), ITBP (34), NCB (01), NDRF (03), RPF (25), SSB (01).

The history of commemoration day traces back to October 21, 1959, when a police party of the Indian police force was deployed to defend national frontiers in the Ladakh region. The same was attacked by Chinese troops hidden by forming ambush in hills and 10 CRPF jawans were killed. Since then, this day is celebrated as Martyrdom Day at Central Police Organizations and Police Forces in remembrance of countless sacrifice of martyr companions.
Tribute to 6 Martyrs of Chandigarh Police

Chandigarh Police since its inception in the year 1966, is being striving very hard to provide an efficient, law abiding and responsive law enforcement machinery. In this attempt our 06 fellow policemen Insp. Jagjit Singh, Insp. Sucha Singh, SI Amarjit Singh, ASI Amarjit Singh, ASI Lalu Ram and ASI Amin Chand have laid down their lives while discharging their duties.

Last year Chandigarh Police had pioneered the initiative by showcasing the supreme sacrifice and priceless contribution of Martyrs by organizing ceremonies at native villages of 6 martyrs of Chandigarh Police. This year also Chandigarh Police organized ceremonies at 5 districts of Punjab & 01 of Himachal Pradesh to commemorate the supreme sacrifice made by Martyrs of Chandigarh Police. The functions were held at the schools/colleges in the native home towns of martyrs in which these valiant men studied.

DSP’s of UT, Chandigarh, paid humble tribute to the six martyrs in the presence of family members of the martyrs, staff and students of the respective schools/colleges and other prominent personalities. DSP’s also addressed the gathering at these functions. Remembering the brave souls on the occasion Chandigarh Police highlighted the sacrifice made by the slain martyrs in the line of duty:

Late Sh. Jagjit Singh, Inspector joined Chandigarh Police as ASI on May 6, 1972. While posted as SHO/PS-39, on 17 July, 1988, he led a raid at a residence in sector-45, where some terrorists, armed with sophisticated weapons, were taking shelter. Exhibiting exemplary courage and leadership, he broke open the door and rushed inside the house. In this encounter three terrorists were killed. Insp. Jagjit Singh also received fatal bullet injuries and was martyred on the spot.

Late Sh. Sucha Singh, Inspector joined Chandigarh Police as Constable on April 30, 1976. While posted in the traffic wing of the Chandigarh Police, he was on the night checking duty in the area of sub-division central on the night intervening of June 8/9, 2013. During checking he questioned one suspicious couple sitting near the district court, sector-17, Chandigarh. During the process, the accused stabbed him multiple times due to which he was martyred. Inspector Sucha Singh sacrificed his life valiantly so that others could live safely.

Sh. Amarjit Singh, SI joined Punjab Police as Constable on 25.05.1973 and joined Chandigarh Police on deputation. On February 25, 1992, SI Amarjit Singh along with other police officials was escorting under trial terrorists to PGI, Chandigarh for their treatment, some unidentified attacked the police party. Late SI Amarjit Singh bravely fought the terrorist till he martyr.

Late Sh. Amarjit Singh, ASI joined Chandigarh Police on July 26, 1976. On December 8, 1989, while he was posted in the Police Post-36, he was ambushed and martyred on the patrolling duty near village Kajheri by two terrorists riding a motorcycle.

Late Sh. Lalu Ram, ASI joined as a constable in Punjab Police on 29 June, 1976 and joined Chandigarh Police on deputation on 30 May, 1978. On August 29, 1991, while he was posted as PSO to SSP/Chandigarh, some terrorists laid an explosive trap which blasted the SSP’s car. ASI Lalu Ram was martyred on the spot.

Late Sh. Amin Chand, ASI joined the Chandigarh Police as constable on June 4th, 1981. He was martyred on August 29, 1991 in a bomb blast by some terrorists, while he was posted as driver with then SSP, Sh. SS Saini.

Chandigarh Police announced annual scholarship in the name of slain martyrs amounting Rs.11,000/- for the Matric Class toppers of these schools/college. The below toppers/students benefited with this scholarship scheme:-

The cheques of Rs. 11,000/- were presented to all the respective toppers in their schools by the DSP’s of Chandigarh Police. The family members of the slain martyrs were present on this occasion. This annual scholarship Scheme of Chandigarh Police will be in continuation and given on annual basis in the name of each martyr for the Matric class topper at their respective native schools. At the end a two minute silence prayer was held in the ceremonies of martyrs of Chandigarh police.   

 

Sr.No.

Name of Martyr

School Name

Name of toppers/students

  1.  

Inspector Jagjit Singh

Govt. High School, Branch Abohar, near Railways Station, Abohar, Distt. Fazilka, Punjab

Dheeraj Kumar s/o Vinod Kumar, Class 10th Marks: 481/650

  1.  

Inspector Sucha Singh

Munna Lal Puri Senior Secondary School, Mullanpur Garibdas, Distt. S.A.S. Nagar, (Mohali), Punjab

Sagar S/ Johny, Class 10th Marks: 446/650

  1.  

SI  Amarjit Singh

Govt. Sr. Sec. School Parao, Amargarh Pada, Mehna, Distt. Moga, Punjab

Ramanpreet Kaur d/o Sh. Paramjit Singh Class 10th Marks: 516/650

  1.  

ASI Lalu Ram

Gandhi Memorial High School, Mall Godown Road, near Railway Station, Kotkapura, Distt. Faridkot, Punjab

Brahmjit s/o Phool Chand Class 10th

  1.  

ASI Amarjit Singh

Khalsa College, Garhdiwal, Distt. Hoshiarpur, Punjab

Kamna Dadwal d/o Sh. Rakesh Kumar, Class 10th Marks: 618/650

  1.  

ASI Amin Chand

Govt. Senior Secondary School LUNJ, District-Kangra, HP

Nikhil Naryal s/o Sh. Kuldeep Singh Class 10th Marks: 633/700

 

 

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